Beer Info FAQ

How many pounds of apples do you get per acre?

How many pounds of apples do you get per acre?

Figuring that a bushel of apples weighs about 40 pounds, an acre of trees at this density should produce at least 16,000 pounds of fruit, and on a good site, with favorable climatic conditions and excellent management, as much as 20,000 pounds.

How old is a 7 foot apple tree?

If your "Fuji" apple tree is 7 feet tall, you can use the following calculation to estimate that the tree is between 3.5 and 6.5 years old.